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virginia on friday. he may be travelling with the woman in a 2008 silver kia with the tag number 1ewb10. the vehicle is using a doughnut spare tire in place of a missing tire. >>> just hours left for the mayor's office and the candidates are doing everything they can do to get out the votes. but while they shake hands, there is controversy swirling over claims that some early voters were promised gift cards. someone made a hidden camera video making the same allegations. the video was sent to us by a fenty supporter. but right now both candidates say they don't know who was involved and they are not sure how to respond exactly. here is more. >> well, who knows. i mean, we can't afix any responsibility. we can certainly no one in our campaign who has anything to do with any gift cards. and the person who was involved i think on the video said something about non partisan, right? >> it is my understanding the people in the giant parking lot handing out the gift certificates are affiliated with the gray campaign, whether they are paid staff, campaign volunteers, i don't know enough about i
, it was in the mid-40s this morning. there now near 70 in much of maryland and west virginia. carolinas now upper 70s to nr 08 there. er the last 12 hours we had the rain we had yesterday move off the atlantic seaboard and some of that lingering moiure this morning condensed and forming that fog. but it has burned off and for the rest of the afternoon should be sunny and mild. highs reach low 80 by midafternoon. a look at the rest of the weekend. that'll be coming up in just a couple minutes, barbara. >> okay, tom. thank you. >>> and we ve a traffic alert for drivers who use the 14th street bridge, a new traffic pattern taking eect today. you can see the entire left shoulder of the bridge is now closed to traffic. you'll be able to get by work zone on the four right lanes. the new pattern has been in place since 5:00 this morning. this is the next phase of the construction. this marks the halfway point in that bridge project. and let's say good morning to a guy who's been gone too long. jerry edwards, welcome home. >> hi, barbara. good to be back. good morning, eryone. speaking of the 14th street bri
to the west including portions of maryland and north central virginia. close-in counties here in washington not under the dog fog advisory but you can see from the live shot, we are getting some fog. it will take some sunshine to work the fog out of the picture. by mid- to late morning, we'll start to see sunshine across the area. againly a good-hooking forecast. currently, 64 degrees at reagan national. -- generally, a good-looking forecast. warm than yesterday. rain showers have since departed to the east and it will be a nice couple of days around here with our trend to be lots of sunshine later this afternoon and temperatures in the low 80s. if you are going to the beaches next weekend, we'll talk about that coming up. but that is not for today. >> we see where your head is actually. >> yes, i'm still there. >> understandable. let's check in with julie wright and get a look at traffic. >> not locking so bad. the lane are open if you are traveling down south at the wilson bridge. top stretch. beltway behaving nicely. no incidents reported leaving college park working your way past unive
. this is courtesy of david down in stafford, virginia. that was the international space station. if you go to space flight at nasa.gov, you're looking at opportunities to view things in space or something or other, you can see the next couple of days, we can still see the international space station. you're going to have to look lower in the sky. this was 60 degrees up in the sky. so the next two days, it will be at a lower angle. but interesting. thanks to the photograph out there, david. next few days, we are looking for a warmer forecast after we burn off morning fog. near mid 80s, taking us to 84 for tomorrow. keeping it through wednesday, there's a slight chance of rain coming in that we'll get to. overnight tonight as i was just discussing with bruce, we could see the fog, maybe into some of the more lower line areas, areas that normally see the thicker fog -- i don't see widespread dense fog now. we don't have the advisories. i will update things as necessary. you can check at wusa9.com for tonight or tomorrow morning. howard will have the latest tomorrow morning. the fog burns off, lots of
of virginia compared to those that have all in it and those that do not. the results were surprising. >> a federal agency is changing a crucial policy on illegal immigrants, apparently in response to a fatal collision in colusa county. partners at wtap radio first reported the story. if cracks the horrible collision -- >> the world book collision killed one sister and injured two other nuns. an illegal immigrant with two drum driving arrests through gasoline -- and drunk driving arrests threw gasoline on an hot topic.g the legislation would call for deportation. alesi previous policy did not previous policy did not call for a hold of the illegal aliens charged. the policy would lock of illegal aliens charged with d y and keep them there through the -- and charged with a d y and keep them there 3 the -- the policy would lock of illegal aliens charged illegaldui and keep them -- charged with a dui and keep them there until they are deported. >> they will most likely keep one charged with a violent offense rather than one charged with drunken driving. >> some students are getting a pat
, virginia, where he will meet with a local family in their home before hosting a discussion on the economy with families from the area. >>> ntsb investigators are set to begin reconstructing a natural gas pipeline that exploded into that giant deadly fireball which leveled an entire neighborhood in san bruno, california. >>> fire crews in colorado are battling a second wildfire in the foothills. at least one home in loveland has been destroyed and others are threatened. >>> and television history will be made today as oprah winfrey begins her 25th year on the air. we know that the queen will dance on stage with actor john travolta. >> she'll be keeping busy, january 1st, own, oprah winfrey network launches. >>> from ground zero. retrieved from the ashes and about to regaining its place. ♪ [ male announcer ] ever have morning pain slow you down? ♪ introducing bayer am, an extra strength pain reliever with alertness aid, specially formulated to fight morning pain and fatigue. ♪ so get up and get goin'! with new bayer am. the morning pain reliever. when allergies make them itch, don't w
%ndcuffs and ran off he fled the city and might be head toward washington or west virginia. he ii traveling in silver kia with a doughnnt tire. iff ou have information about palmer, you are asked to call 9 911. >>> tomorrow is primary day in maryland and the man looking to unseat state attorney patricia jessamy wins a major endorsement. the baltimore sun is backing gregg bernstein. bernstein spent sunday3 camppigninggdoor to door. they say that the state from new ideas and newlbenefit leadership. patricia jessamy has held the position for 15 years. >> we were gratified by the sun endorsement. -fter 15 years although miss jessamy is a nice person, the office has stagnatee and the level of conviction is very loo and it's time tt stop the reinvolving door and it's time to try to prosecutor more effectively. >>> on monday, patricia jessamyú ministerial alliance. they had no comment on the endorsement. >>>>just o to foxbaltimore.com/vote 2010. >>> pge crews hope to have power resoared to all of little italy after underground electrical fire left much of the neighborhood in darr. it happened at
from a backyard in irfax, virginia. somebody's backyard. ro the topic of help for small business. small business is the growth engine ofco jobs in this countr. do they get eleaf? in the meantime, seniorhite house correspondent ed henry joins me to talk about taxes, politics, a stubborn economy and an election. ed? >> reporter: rig. as you lay that out, the new development here this morning, this afternoon is that this white house feels that over th weekend it sort of was a boehner blink if you will. the house republican leader sort of shifted his position. he was on cbs yesterday and was basically saying th he could support just moving forward on extending the bush taxuts for the middle class. as you just defined. individuals making $200,000 or less per year. families makes $250,000 oress we are year nap is the. obama position. remember, the president on friday gave republican as push at that news conference here at the white house and basically the middle class hostage. go forward with extending the middle class tax cuts and forget about the tax cuts for the rich. the republicans, lik
to a backyard in subuan norern virginia, where he compared the state of the economy to a bad car accident. >> the country went through a huge trauma. it takes some time to recover. now part of what's holding us back is us needing to go ahead and feel confident about the future. >> reporter: the most immediate debate between the president and republicans in congress is the future of the so-called bush tax cuts set to expire this year. the president wants to eend the tax cu just for famies he calls middle class, those who make less than $250,000. republicans want to extend all the tax cuts, including those for high-income eaers. on sunday, republican john boehner, the man who could be next speaker of the house, wavered. >> the only option i have is to vote for some of those tax reductions, i'll vote for them. >> reporter: the white house eagerly responded. >> it sounded to us yesterday like there was a willingness by congressman boehner to go to the president's position of keeping middle class tax relief in place. >> reporter: behind the scenes, the real motivation of the white house is to
out in west virginia and actually north where the ravens are going to be playing later tonight. it looks like there will be the chance of storms there in the new stadium at meadowlands. we'll be watching that closely. right now temperatures low 80s, even mid-70s for annapolis to cambridge. 88 in frederick. so it's a good bit hotter in the western part of the state. the rest of the evening, just partly cloudy and breezy and cool. actually, that should read the 70s. we'll be in the 70s this evening. we'll talk more about the ravens game day forecast tonight and also look ahead to the rest of the week. can this stuff last? coming up. >>> patches of oil believed to be from the bp leak have been found in the gulf of mexico sea floor. the university of georgia researchers found oil as much as 80 miles from the deepwater horizon well. some of the patches of oil are up to two inches thick. the scientists collected at least 10 samples from the sea floor about a mile down. testing is needed though to confirm it's bp oil but researchers say it has the appearance of recent oil from the bus
. a live report coming up. president obama heading to virginia this hour rolling up his sleeves and talking with one family about the economy. there is a new poll that could raise some new concerns for the president's effort to reach average americans. take a look at this, this poll, 49% of voters now says the president does not share their values, compared with the 46% who say he does. susan estrich is a fox news contributor and a former michael dukakis campaign manager. it's 49% who now say he doesn't share their values. 46% say he does. i compared this to others. i looked at abc news, "washington post," does he understand your problems. 50% say yes, these an all time low. has he brought needed change to washington? 44% say yes, that's an all time low. 49% say he shares my values, and all time low for this president with these voters. what's happening? >> the economy is terrible, megyn, or if it's not terrible it's certainly the jobs recovery part has been very sluggish, so you get one out of ten people who are unemployed, that means that probably one out of three or one out of four are d
virginia today. the president will meet with a fairfax county family at their home. he will later hold the discussion about the economy with several local families. we will have another update at 8:56. for continuous news coverage, tune in to tbd news on news channel 8. ♪ [ male aouncer ] giving ucigarettes catake more than wlpower alone. but today'a new day. for many, smokg is a treatable dical condition. talk to your doctor about prescripti treatment optionand support. and th time, make it yo time.[ flippers] ♪ >>> there she is, juju chang crossing the finish line in saturday's triathlon. she was joined by 60 friends and abc stafferers completing that triathlon in connecticut this weekend. to raise $45,000 for those in need in haiti. she says she's not sore at all. she did a lot of good getting money for those kids in haiti. let's give juju a big hand. >> that is so fantastic. what an accomplishment, what a feat. >> a lot of colleagues here at abc. good morning, america, i'm george stephanopoulos. >>> tory johnson is back with five success stories. these are five people who made
tested in a court before but once in richmond, virginia where another federal judge said i'm not going to throw out the case because, quite frankly, the feds have never claimed the authority to tell people that they have to buy something if they don't want to buy it. >> shepard: and what is your sense on where this thing goes? >> i think that those four challenges will prevail. i think that this federal judge will dismiss those four parts of the statute. shep, it is 2700-pages long. the challenge is for four parts. the four most significant parts. there are many, many, many other regulations there that will remain and that will be appealed by the federal government to the united states court of appeals to the 11th circuit sitting in atlanta and whichever side los loses therel try to get it to the supreme court. >> shepard: it would appear -- it appears at least public opinion is on the side of doing something about this healthcare legislation. >> that is why we have life tenured judges who should not concern themselves with public opinion. their job is to look at the law and look at th
that this id s noa bad college town to rire in. harrisonburg, virginia, home of james madison university which beat virginia tech this weekend not that we're taking notice of that or i am. thanks for joining us, amanda. i wanted to ask you, in trms ofs these college towns, you picked the best college towns to retire in. how did you arrive at othis? there are lots of llege towns. >> sure. these coege towns have the traditional traits that retirees yook for, low taxes, affordable housing, good health care. on top of that each local college or university has a specific program that allows retirees to go back to school, to take courses in everything from the arts, language, literature, history. so seniors love these. they are using the courses to fill in the gaps from their education, from their undergraduate years. >> more than being on the golf course. >> exactly. you can't golf every y. >> as candy put it lots of keggers. let's get to the top five. starting at number five, let's put that on screen, bellingham, washington, 80,000, home of western washington university. why there? >> well, this
to suburban virginia this afternoon to talk with families about the struggling economy. john harwood, hocnbc's chief whe house correspondent. when you lift tonight what austin golds by has to say and think about the new census number, 1 in 7 considers to be poor. >> reporter: it's a terrible picture, tamron. when you think about the realits and the president's been trying to condition americans to it saying there are no silver bullets new york quick fix. they enacted they're stimulus bill last year, it's had whatever efft it's had. even if you assume it's had a t beneficial effect on the economy, as the white house says we're going to be years digging out of the hole, trying to build a different kind of economy. you know, people are saving more, consumers aren't spending and that is what causes job growth to be so slow and everyone to be so pessimistic right now. >> and, john, talk to me about the president, he, of course, f for example with the tax cuts, wealthy versus middle class, saying republican were holding middle class hostage and boehne saying perhaps there's a compromise here. what
the weekend. >> in virginia city, jockeys rode camels as well as zebras and ostriches. never seen this before. one jockey admitted the animals went in whatever direction they wanted. this is the 51st annual event. more than 5,000 spectators attended this year. i love ostriches. >> did you ever see the family robinson when they are having the race, the old one, and he is riding the ostrich and zebra? that looked like fun. i don't think it's very comfortable though. >> just doesn't look right. >> no thank you. [ laughter ] >>> the publish of the "new york times" says the company will stop printing the newspaper someday. instead, it's going to charge people to read it online. and that brings to us our question of the day. >> all right. would you rather read the paper in print or online? kim on facebook says, i read mine online to save fuel and trees. >> then there is david who says i read both online and print. there are times i don't want to be looking at a computer screen. >> kevin from fairfield says, i would much rather read the news online. the newspapers stacking up in my driveway looks ve
virginia, across pennsylvania, ohio. let's do this. let's go to the video from the marcellus shale coalition. the gas deposit could be worth $2 trillion i today's prices. shale gas production already accounts for about one-fifth of the country's gas production, and the current rate is expected to provide half of the nation's gas by 2030. this was in june we got this report from our affiliate ofwja out of clead rfield, pennsylvan, and there was a leak and polluted drilling water pouring out for 16 hours. no one lived nearby, and no one was injured. no homes within a mile of that. still, these are the stakes. there are massive economic consequences at a time when we are moving more in the direction of natural gas and looking for a way to be energy independent inside the u.s. >> the big question is whether or not tis process is safe, and the answer depends on whom you ask. chris tucker is a spokesman for energy in-depth, which reps natural gas producers from washington, and josh forks, a fill maker behind "gas d.land." tell us why you made this documentary, josh, and what you found. >
to washington or west virginia. he faked a medical emergency and got out of his hand restraints. he was held on attempted murder charges. he's considered dangerous and anyone with information call the police. >>> stay with wjz-13, maryland's news station. up next, the wrap up ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> welcome back to "the early show" on a monday morning, good monday morning to you. talking this morning about the mtv video music awards last night. lady gaga, it is that and lady gaga, of course, always has original outfits, including -- >> a lot. >> -- one involving meat. and she lifted a whole bunch of awards in addition to a lot of suitcases. we also heard from kanye west and we'll get all the details on the night that was. >> the best part may be chelsea handler's costume at the beginning of the show. >> it was good stuff. >> we'll show you that, too. also are prince william and kate middleton ever going to get married? i know you got up this morning and probably 1 or 2 on your list of priorities trying to figure the answer to that. we'll come up with the answer >>> tomorrowing sunny and a high of
for politics at the university of virginia and joins me, good to have you here. i want to play for folks who tuned in with the interview with christine o'donnell, and i wanted your thoughts on that race. >> my opponent has a liberal record that does not resonate with the people and had to resort to dirty true u-tricks and mud slinging but i'm confidents, the polls reflect the voters are seeing right through it. martha: what are the polls telling you about the race. >> it is very, very close, and the republicans face a conundrum in delaware, tomorrow night. essentially, their choice is this: they can pick christine o'donnell with whom i think they agree on more issues, she's clearly more conservative, than the other candidate, congressman mike castle, who is a moderate to liberal republican, and the problem is, delaware is a democratic state. and, every poll i have seen, public and private, suggests that mike castle will win the seat in november, defeating democrat chris kuhns, and christine o'donnell will probably lose the seat in november and it is a conundrum, do you go with the candidate
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